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Pak army stoops low again, facilitates infiltration as world battles COVID-19
3/27/2020 10:44:51 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Mar 27: Even as entire world is fighting the outbreak of COVID-19, Pakistan is refusing to mend its ways. On Thursday its army resorted to unprovoked firing along the Line of Control in north Kashmir’s Uri sector, while the terrorists sponsored by it attacked a patrol of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) in south Kashmir.
An analyst while talking to Early Times said, “Everyone is aware of the fact that launching pads across the LoC are full and terrorists are waiting to sneak in. It seems Pakistan wants to utilize the opportunity by sending in terrorists into Kashmir as the entire machinery is fighting the COVID-19 outbreak.”
He said, “Unprovoked ceasefire violations during these testing times reflect the sick mindset of Pakistan army and the bosses of the terror outfits.”
Referring to the terror attack on the CRPF patrol in south Kashmir, the analyst said, “It seems terrorist handlers have passed on clear instructions to their stooges to resort to violence to instill fear so that their presence can be felt.”
He said, “Actions of Pakistan army and the terrorists have once again proved it beyond doubt that they are the biggest enemies of J&K people, who are at present grappling with the outbreak of COVID-19.”
An observer said, “The COVID-19 has also taken Pakistan by storm. Instead of focusing on saving the lives of their own people, their Army and other elements are still busy in hatching conspiracies against India and the people of Jammu and Kashmir.”
He said, “Pakistan Army by attacking forward post in the Uri sector has once again sent a message to the world that its least bothered about what people face. It can only preach violence and utilize every opportunity to facilitate the infiltration into this part of the world. Their actions are speaking louder than their words. They have proven it beyond doubt that they have no respect for human lives.”
Another analyst said, “It seems that people sitting across the LoC are under an impression that they won’t face any retaliation at this point of time. But they are grossly mistaken. The Indian soldiers are alert along the LoC and on the International Border. They are capable of thwarting any of their nefarious designs.”
He said, “If Pakistan refuses to mend its ways there is every possibility about losing the PoK even before the COVID-19 scare ends. Indian troops are ready and are waiting for the marching orders.”
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